Choose Good backpack

Properly packing for a trip will take longer than haphazardly throwing things in a suitcase or backpack the night before. But having all your essentials purchased and packed a week or so before your trip will take the stress out of making it to the airport and any last minute goodbye phone calls.

The first thing you should think about is what kind of bag you are going to throw all your stuff into. This ultimately depends on what type of trip you’re planning on taking.

Generally speaking, the choice boils down to two types of “hauling” equipment:

#1. A more traditional suitcase with wheels and a handle to allow for dragging through train stations and airports

or

#2. An internal frame backpacker’s backpack that, like the name says, you carry on your back. Read more…

Travelling to Bali

Bali is an Indonesian island located at Coordinates: 8°25′23″S 115°14′55″E / 8.42306°S 115.24861°E / -8.42306; 115.24861the westernmost of the Lesser Sunda Islands, lying between Java to the west and Lombok to the east. It is one of the country’s 33 provinces with the provincial capital at Denpasar  towards the south of the island.

The beaches in Bali are a big part of why people come. The great thing is that you can be on a beach within an hour of landing at Denpasar (DPS). Sun, sea and surf, or whatever triple combo tickles your fancy, is easily available since hotels in Tuban, Kuta, Legian  and Seminyak  are bullt on the beach. Crazy vendors may not be your kettle of fish, or maybe you are looking to meet a Kuta Cowboy, whatever your goals here is a quick look at some local beaches.

Top Places In Bali

  • Kuta Beach
    Good for getting a taste of the Bali vibe. Busy with vendors, tourists and locals. Food and drinks widely available, shade under trees close to the street and nice sandy beach.
  • Nusa Dua
    Part of the Bukut Peninsula in southern Bali, Nusa Dua has some of the most beautiful and luxurious hotels on this planet, gracefully integrating the beauty of the white beaches and clear water into the landscape of the hotels. Read more…